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about this. 11 oregon for a lot of the '90s. my family and i, but before i went to oregon i used to go and have lunch all the time atop the empire state-building. i remember i was very happy after he wrote the rats book. budget guys who are churck guides at the empire state-building gave me free passes to the top and now is great. i used to have lunch up there and you know kind of obvious but it's a great view. >> really? >> really, really good view. i remember as a kid reading about lincoln, abe lincoln and him saying no, this is where it all happened. he was just trying to get votes in jersey i'm sure, but he kept saying i know that reading all about the war when i was a kid, the war happened in new jersey and so there was always that idea and then you hang out any start doing the math. wow, most of the battles were here. and then you get into why did the value of -- the constitution happened and they did a big thing in philadelphia in the 1800's and they pushed valley forge at that time and even crossing the delaware, not a big deal for americans until the 1940s and 50's when it l
of a weather system that as well to the north. from the pacific northwest, washington, oregon and there is the snowfall. it is well to the north. temperatures for tomorrow will be the coolest in the north bay. also for the east bay 40's with mid upper 40's by the bay. by this time tomorrow kimberly nice. sunshine, 67 degrees it-really nice. fremont, mid-60s. and concord, danville, 66. 60s year the bay. i think everybody is in the 60s tomorrow. vallejo, 64. your kron 4 7 day around the bay dry and mild persists on monday and tuesday. things will change but a system on wednesday that will premiere rainfall and those showers continue. the big story with this system will be cooler temperatures. and even some cooling by this weekend. the in theaters this weekend, bill murray shows a different side of one of our most famous presidents, and eric bana in a casino heist gone wrong. nick valencia has a preview of the new releases in this week's now showing. the warriors are on the road looking to continue their hot streak. coming up. highlights of their game tonight against the washingt
to removed the carcass, today the local home oregons association hired a tugboat to to tow the carcass. >> a woman inherited her mother's estate but one company refused to recognize it nine, years after her mother's death gladys shaw was still fighting to get her money. >> gladys shaw still remembers her mother's trademark locks. >> the one with the pretty hair. >> before her mom died in 2003, she named glad cass the executor of her will and left her only child all her assets. everything went smoothly except for one nagging issue with some dividend checks from ex-on mobile. >> i couldn't cash the check balled they were issued in my mother's name. we would writ to them and they would reissue checks in my mother's name. >> a legal analyst says this is a dilemma he has season before. >> there's a legal solution and there's a practical solution. unfortunately the two don't necessarily go together. >> the legal solution would have been for gladys go to probate court but that can be expensive and is not always practical. >> the practical solutions that people sometimes adopt are just to esse
lived in oregon for a lot of the 90's to my family. before i went to oregon i used to go have lunch all the time. i remember this now. i was very happy after i wrote the book. a bunch of guys who work toward guides gave me free passes to the top of the empire. and that was great. we spent lunch attack. kind of obvious, but it's a great view. and so -- >> really? >> really. really great deal. i just remember, remember as a kid reading about lincoln and and saying, you know, this was where it all happened. i know, and he was trying to get votes in new jersey. but he kept saying, i know that reading all about the war, but what happened here. it happened in new jersey. and so there is always that idea. and then if you hang out and start doing the math, while, most of the bells are here. but and then you get into why valley forge became the famous winter. then you look it anniversaries and the anniversary of the constitution happened. it did a big thing in philadelphia in the 1800's. the kind of pushed valley forge. even like it that crossing of the delaware, not a big deal for americans unt
of the pancreas removed and not remove the spleen. removing or not removing an oregon based on which door you walk into comedies are all good hospitals and good hospitals with good reputations. removing it colin. they're two different ways of doing it, minimally invasive and an open incision in some say you can do it either way. we have a "new england journal of medicine" study that's over 10 years older shows a minimally invasive is better and it's common sense that it's better but there is a the wild west of medicine that only half of the patients that need minimally invasive we'll ever have it done that way. >> host: you use the term the wild west of medicine and elsewhere in your book you talk about the need to have a new sheriff in town. so, talk to me a little bit about this concept of the new sheriff in town or a con ability or holding people responsible and how that balances with what we frequently hear when we try and move forward with standardization or accountability as an artform and medicine. out of those two things kind of play out? >> guest: i get the artform of medicine. most of th
government agencies refuse to removed the carcass, today the local home oregons association hired a tugboat to to tow the carcass. >> a woman inherited her mother's estate but one company refused to recognize it nine, years after her mother's death gladys shaw was still fighting to get her money. >> gladys shaw still remembers her mother's trademark locks. >> the one with the pretty hair. >> before her mom died in 2003, she named glad cass the executor of her will and left her only child all her assets. everything went smoothly except for one nagging issue with some dividend checks from ex-on mobile. >> i couldn't cash the check balled they were issued in my mother's name. we would writ to them and they would reissue checks in my mother's name. >> a legal analyst says this is a dilemma he has season before. >> there's a legal solution and there's a practical solution. unfortunately the two don't necessarily go together. >> the legal solution would have been for gladys go to probate court but that can be expensive and is not always practical. >> the practical solutions that people sometimes
in traditional to the university seal. >>> they won an emotional victory over western oregon as a player who almost died from cardiac arrest watched from the bench. doctors say danny berger was clinically dead for several seconds when he collapsed during an utah practice. a player was able to revive him using cpr and a defibrillator. >> when you are in bed and you stand up too quick. it felt like that. and kind of went black and the next thing i knew, i woke up in the hospital. >>> doctors say berger has a heart condition and never had any symptoms before his collapse. he hopes to play again and it could be several weeks before he is well enough to take to the court. >>> the pac 12 network is facing a strike. they launched back in august but an union representing freelance technical employees picketed at a game in los angeles. they wanted to establish standard wages and benefits for freelancers working live sporting events. they had fewer cameras because of the walkout. the pac 12 network said it is focused on an unclues sieve environment. >>> looking to grab a big win today. it gets tougher
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